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Der Neu-Hamburger Neutrale

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Title
Der Neu-Hamburger Neutrale
Minority studied
Germans
Description
Der Neu-Hamburger Neutrale was a German language newspaper which had its first number appeared on January 19, 1855. The newspaper had four pages with five columns each. It measured 23 inches high and 17 inches wide. Der Neu-Hamburger Neutrale was characterized by a great deal of reading material and clear printing. It covered a large volume of both foreign and domestic news, serial literary prose, and advertisements of various types. The newspaper continued its publication until December 1908 when it was merged with the Canadischer Bauernfreund in Waterloo.
Founder/Author
Boulee, W. H.
Minority media language
German
Minority media type
Newspaper
Medium
Print media
Spatial Coverage
Ontario,Canada
Temporal Coverage
1855 - 1908
Owner
Boulee, W. H.
Head Office Location
New Hamburg, Ontario
Archive
Worldcat, http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/21486365 (Retrieved January 18, 2019)

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